Sunday, April 15, 2012

Calif. Courts Toss Case Management System on the Scrap Heap

"In his final State of the Judiciary address, Chief Justice Ronald George, of the Supreme Court of California, told lawmakers in 2010 that, despite the cost-cutting decision to close courthouses once a month, the branch had to continue pumping money into the Court Case Management System.

Judges were raving about early versions of the software, he said. Curious federal Homeland Security officials were eying the project. And the private sector, he suggested, just might be willing to invest in the one-of-a-kind development."

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